Wednesday 11/158:59 pm
By Bay City News
A labor organizer who tried to unionize workers in the cannabis industry was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison for participating in a money laundering scheme.
Wednesday 11/89:49 am
By Peter Fournier
The San Jose City Council approved a concept idea for an ordinance that would require owners of downtown properties vacant for more than 30 days to register for a Vacant Store Registry Program.
Tuesday 10/310:40 pm
By Sara Gaiser
The City Attorney's Office announced a settlement shutting down a brothel posing as a massage parlor in San Francisco's Financial District and filed a new lawsuit seeking to close another in the Richmond.
Sunday 10/16:05 pm
By Janis Mara and Keith Burbank
A student who was beaten unconscious by three men early this morning at a University of California at Berkeley residence hall was released from a hospital later in the morning.
Tuesday 6/2010:19 pm
By Julia Cheever
A 4-year-old human resources software company based in San Francisco has agreed, following a U.S. Labor Department investigation, to pay $3.4 million in unpaid overtime.
Wednesday 5/241:33 am
By Jerold Chinn
Pick up your dog’s poop!
That’s the message District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang is sending to dog owners and future dog owners who may want to adopt a dog through one of The City’s animal shelters.
Tang, along with the…
Wednesday 3/1512:35 am
By Sara Gaiser
San Francisco Supervisors unanimously approved new zoning regulations intended to protect small businesses in the Latino business and cultural district along 24th Street.